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Mainly used by online web stores (like ourselves), allowing the store to keep items in the basket when browsing the website, so you can add multiple items at once. Also used to allow you to perform various functions when using the website, such as saving baskets for later, logging into your account among others.
These cookies are set to expire when the browser is closed and are gone when the browser is exited.
These types of cookie remain in use, even when you have closed your browser or left the website. Often used for remembering things like login details and passwords so you don't have to re-sign in every time you use the website. You will always be asked before we use one of these cookies (You will normally need to allow it yourself). Anytime you see a "Keep me signed in" message, this is likely to be done with the use of a permanent cookie.
The law concerning permanent cookies states that they must be deleted after a period of six months. So after this you will need to re-sign in.
Third-party cookies are usually used by websites with the aim of collecting certain analytical information, to carry out various research into how customers behave on websites and anonymous customer demographic data. We use third-party cookies in order to improve our websites, by finding out what our customers engage with the most and giving you more of what you want.
Most third party cookies expire after 30 days.
If you require any further information on any of the cookies we use on our websites, including each cookie and what it is used for, then please do feel free to contact our team at email@example.com and we'll be able to explain in more depth what use each cookie has when browsing our website.
You can block cookies in any web browser, by activating the setting which allows you to refuse some and/or all cookies. Precisely how cookies are blocked will depend upon the browser that you use. If you would like further information please contact us, or you can follow the handy guide we've put together below. This guide details exactly how to do this on some of the more frequently used web browser software that is available.
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